Dixie Kong's Photo Album is an album made by Dixie Kong that is seen before the staff credits during the regular ending cutscene of the game Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! for Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
The album reveals the class of each enemy, as well as allies and bosses. Most of the photographs depict enemies and characters as they appear in the game. These same photographs feature short cutscenes showing in-game behavior of characters and enemies until they are taken. However, the photographs of the Brothers Bear and bosses, except for Baron K. Roolenstein, only display special artworks for them.
In the Game Boy Advance version of the same game, the Dixie Kong's Photo Album was entirely removed from the game.
- In the game Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, some enemies and characters are missing from the Dixie Kong's Photo Album. These include:
- Enemy variants, such as red Koco, red Buzz, yellow Knik-Knak, pink Nid and pink Lurchin.
- The enemies Killer Bees, despite green Buzz being featured on the album.
- The enemy Krosshair, who appears only as a cursor during the game.
- The aquatic enemy Missile Shell, which appears only during the second phase of the boss battle against Barbos.
- The enemy Koindozer, despite Koin being present on the album.
- Quawks the Parrot, despite Squawks being included.
- Banana Bird Queen and her children, the Banana Birds.
- Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, even if they only appear after the Baron K. Roolenstein is defeated in the Kastle KAOS stage, and both of them have a few dialogue lines in the game.
- The enemy Kracka, since it only appeared in the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 3.
- The boss Kroctopus, since it also only appeared in the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 3.
- Bachelor, one of the Brothers Bear, since he is only found in the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 3.
- The short cutscene preceding the Baron K. Roolenstein having his photograph taken for the photo album displays him flying by using his helicopter backpack as seen in the game Donkey Kong Country 3. Oddly, the backpack during the same cutscene is missing the entire propeller.
- Similar photo albums called Scrapbooks were added to the GBA versions of the games Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Country 2. In both game versions, the player must find photographs by exploring stages or clearing minigames in order to unlock artwork of characters and enemies in the respective Scrapbooks.