The Agayathi forest in Muthupettai in Tiruvarur district is the largest swamp in Tamil Nadu. It is located between Tiruvarur and Thanjavur district. The total area is 119 km. Muthuvettu mangrove forest is 10 times larger than the mangrove forest. These are the largest mangrove forests in South India.
The rivers grow in the muddy marshes in the muddy waters of the river. Located in the sea at Muthupettai in Thiruvarur district, the river is known as the Lagoon, which is located in the Thiruvarur district. The forests that grow here are just the laughing forests. Trees grow in the donkey mussis, nitrogen, blackberry, pumpkin, black pepper, microbial, thilai, typhoon, tapioca, sore throat, sterile secretion, chamundri and sonarasea epidela. These gray-brown varieties are blooming from September to November. The bark of the roots, the Seenya, Menaraana plant in Muthupettai is in the swamp forests. In the geographical setting, the forest is marked as a wet wet land area.
Around 61,700 forested forests in the country have been spread over 29,713 acres of land in the Lagoon area covering Thiruparambur in Thanjavur district in Thiruparur district in Tamil Nadu. Every day, tourists from different parts of Tamil Nadu come here to explore the forests. The fishermen’s boats should be marching from areas such as Muthupettai and Jambunadai. When the river is about 7 km away, the forests will be cooling the eyes on both sides. You can see the look of the Lagoon in sight of the towers. Places of interest to see Jaffnaanthari Koriari, Seep Corner, Bellimunai Vision towers, Mudukkai, Salt Garden and Vavil Garden.
Many lagoons have been formed before the rivers reach the sea. Forests on the banks of the Laguns are mangrove forests or mangrove forests. These are called mangrove forests in English. Mangrove forests have been derived from the word mango, which is known as Malay, Spanish, war, and Swiss languages. There are also a name for flood waters.
The bark of the marshes, the cinnamon and the mentrana are in the marshy forests of Muthupettai. The marshes, tilai, sulphan and the cereobose dints are successfully introduced in the marshes. In the geographical setting, the forest is marked as a wet wet land area.
Every year from October to January, a large number of birds come to this area. These come from many parts of the world, such as Siberia, Central Asia, Russia’s North and Europe.
Water birds such as Pooja, Scythar Stork, Young, Water and Water. Cranes, fishermen, and crocodiles are still in the area. Muthupettai has land mines like hawk, red looping green parrots and dotted pigeons. The pearl hats are found in marshmallows, such as jungle cats, short noses and balsamines. The Kip Garner Selvi Tunnel, the Ladakhan Sea Beach and the Sedguda Salt Forest are some of the beauty of the place.
The tsunami has saved the Muthupettu from the peacock. There are forests in Tiruvarur district that can be protected from natural disasters. If you cross a 6-km-long stretch of water from the Sampuvanad boat fence, you can see the sea shaft. There are plenty of patches that look like small islands.
The rest of the lagoon forests are rested by the tourists. There are 162 meters long wooden tracks. It is noteworthy that such a system is not in any other marshy forest. Apart from this, surveillance towers have been set up to see marshy forests. From the Jambunanady area, permission from Muthupettai Forest Department office is to go to the forests by private fishing boats.