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The credit reel is a 6 minute "creature guide" which appears at the end of Pikmin 1, showing all the enemies in the game (including bosses) and giving their name and a line of text about the species. In the New Play Control! version of Pikmin, the credit reel has a border. The credit reel is shown after the credits.
 Enemies on Credit Reel
- This migrant litopod has developed a stronger carapace than its relatives.
- Waxy secretions form this creature's distinctive armored shell.
- This creature's thick hide protects it from most attackers.
- The bluish hue of its feathers distinguishes it from the burrowing snarrow.
- Could this be the next step in Pikmin evolution? Like the Pikmin themselves, it has many mysteries.
- A bulbear at an early stage of development in its life-cycle, this specimen appears to be nearly fully developed.
- Although similar in appearance to bulborbs, these belong to a totally different species.
- This massive grub-dog buries itself when hunting.
- This creature expels a combustible phosphor that ignites at moderate temperatures.
- A watery gelatinous membrane protects this creature's nervous system.
- This creature collects nectar for the larvae waiting in its nest.
- This forager stores undigested pellets in its stomach for winter.
- This creature seems fond of flowers, but only for their decorative properties.
- Though beautiful, this mollusks pearls are thin and fragile.
- This sparsely growing plant is able to crystallize nectar into round pellets.
- Many consider this walking fungus a delicacy.
- Instead of breathing fire, this species uses its hydrogen to float.
- Males of this species are purple and have a armoured head.
- The males of this species are able to fly, but females remain underground.
- Thought to be a malformed larval Mamuta.
- This rare subspecies of bulborb has a certain indefatigably.
- This nocturnal hunter feeds mostly on small animals returning to their nests at night.
- This rare species uses its antennae as wings.
- This aquatic creature is a close relative of the bulborb.
- This creature appears to be a newborn yellow wollywog in tadpole form.
- This creature's coloration results from remaining sheltered in its cavernous dwelling.
- After evolution led to the development of its specialized jumping ability, this amphibian actually lost much of its ability to swim.