This oucher-poucher snacks on a space probe from Earth

To survive in Venus's heat (lead would melt there), you might need a body that feeds on rock and metal. Venus' surface is so hot that oucher-pouchers keep shifting from one foot to the other. They travel by inflating their pouchlike bodies and bouncing along the ground. Every time one lands, it utters its customary cry, which sounds remarkably like "ouch".