Dausa district falls under
Indus Plains floristic region of India. Each region has its distinctive species.
This district is endowed with Acacia nilotica ( Babool
), Asenegal (Kumta), Anogeissus (Dhok), Prosopis (Khejadi), Capparis(Kair) and
Caotropis (Ak). This vegetation is typically of tropical throne forests.
The district is endowed with a variety of habitats. The district, although not rich
in dense forest growth, it sustains considerable biological diversity. As far as the
faunal regions are concerned, the district falls under
Oriental region. Of the characteristic wildlife of the region,
the wild animals still surviving in the district include the monkey,
lemur(langoor),panther,black buck & the peafowl.