Roosevelt elks are the largest variety of elks in North America. They are very adaptable, they can in the meadows and grasslands of the rainforest and can eat many different kinds of plants.
Mountain Lions generally eat elk, porcupines, deer, and other types of prey. In Temperate rainforests there is an abundance of these animals. The thick cover of the rainforest hides them while they stalk their prey.
The tree frogs can change color to adapt to their environment allowing them to hide in plain sight.
The Western Skunk Cabbage has a pungent smell that discourages any animals from eating it, yet, this smell attracts bees and other insects to come and pollinate.
The redwood trees are incredibly massive, this allows them to stand up to floods and heavy winds.
Fireweed is well adapted to being disturbed, this is great because there is constant rain and animals, this adaptations allows them to survive.