The vast diversity of living forms seen on the blue planet is a fundamental trait. On the only celestial planet known to harbor life in the universe, all life forms, from bacteria to plants and animals, serve significant roles. These life forms are in a constant state of interaction with one another. It is impossible for any life form to thrive on Earth without the help of other creatures, either directly or indirectly. Biodiversity is thus a crucial aspect of the planet Earth and essential for the survival of its ecosystems. Humans use biodiversity for a variety of objectives, including improving the quality of our lives. In fact, the survival of human civilization is inextricably related to the planet’s biodiversity. Biodiversity-rich ecosystems or habitats are rich in biological resources and are more important in terms of economic and ecological inputs. Biodiversity is also a sign of abundant natural resources and a healthy balance of physicochemical and biological components.