Forest fires influence the ecosystem of pine forests by reducing the population of organisms. One such forest that has been affected by fire is the Teide national park, which is located in Spain. This paper investigates the factors affecting invertebrates’ communities in burnt and unburnt pine forests by using Teide forest as the population. Statistical tools such as ordination and the T-test are used to make inference about the study population. It is critical that the method used for data collection was systematic random sampling, which divided the study population into various sections.