This article features a list of every Pokémon featured in Pokémon Paradise, sorted by level.
Italic names indicate that a Pokemon only appears in certain situations, or it must evolve from another Pokemon.
|Squirtle||Squirtle live near the shoreline. They retract into their shells if you get to close.||Default|
|Wartortle||These rare Pokemon will quickly swim away, so be prepared to take a picture fast.||Nudge a Squirtle Shell|
|Blastoise||This large Pokemon roars if awoken, then falls back to sleep.||Build a body of water by the finish, and take a picture of a Wortortle during the course.|
|Krabby||Krabby live in rocky areas of the beach. They are usually found in small groups of three or so.||Default|
|Kingler||These large Pokemon don't mind your presence at all, but will get defensive if you get close to others of its kind.||Separate a Krabby from its group while it's near a flock of Wingull.|
|Magikarp||These weak fish swim in the water. They jump out if you take a picture of them.||Default|
|Gyarados||These rare Pokemon will roar at you, providing a great photo opportunity. However, the flash scares them away.||Take five pictures of a single Magikarp|
|Wingull||These birds fly around the stage. They stay in small groups of around four. They will attack a Krabby if it gets separated from it's group.||Default|
|Mudkip||Mudkip live near or in the water. They are sometimes found on Lotad's heads.||Take a picture of a Wartortle|
|Lotad||Lotad usually float on the surface of the water, with Mudkip on top of them. They lift their heads when nothing is on their leaf.||Place a Mudkip on the stage.|
|Hippopotas||This rare Pokemon can be found on the beach during the night. They blend in with the sand, so it's hard to tell where they are.||Include a beach into the level.|