Wyra lake is a medium sized water body, that had been constructed during Nizam's period between 1922-29, between two hills on the Wyra river (which is a tributary of the Krishna river basin). lt is located (17° 15'N & 80° 25'E) at about 25 kms from Khammam town of Khammam district which is about 200 kms away from Hyderabad in the south-west side of Andhra Pradesh. The lake has been constructed for irrigational and drinking water usage and serving the purpose for about 24 villages that cover 9 308 hectares of land in need of irrigation. This volume collected a number studies done on the fauna and limnology of this lake.
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