Have you ever thought of a biodiverse forest as a giant jigsaw puzzle? It is a complex network of different plants and animal species, each playing their role to support a diverse range of life forms. Biodiversity is crucial to the health of forests, from providing food and shelter for all its inhabitants to regulating nutrients, maintaining healthy soil, and supporting the proper circulation of water in nature. Not only does it make them more resilient to threats such as pests, diseases and climate change, but it also creates an ecosystem that can absorb and store large amounts of CO2, which is extremely beneficial for human life. However, deforestation is destroying the world's forests at an alarming rate, putting our planet's health in danger. Fortunately, more and more initiatives are emerging to protect these precious ecosystems and preserve their biodiversity for the future generations.