Toodles, the Multi-Planet Conquerer

Living only on Venus just wasn't cool enough for him.

Meet Toodles

Toodles is a member of a species of animals that has many adaptations which help him to survive on every celestial body, except the Sun, in the solar system.


To survive on Mercury, Toodles is capable of storing very large amounts of the gas that he breathes. Even though there's little amounts of it on Mercury, due to its lack of a rich atmosphere, his past visits to other planets allow him to stock up and breathe out of a biological tank during his stay on Mercury.

Because of Mercury's highly visually reflective surface, Toodles has a pair of dark, translucent eyelids covering each of his eyes - you might say they're shades. These help keep him from going blind while traversing Mercury's almost mirror-like landscape.


Venus has a very thick atmosphere that's packed to the brim with carbon dioxide, which is why Toodles happens to breathe that very same gas: carbon dioxide. This contributes at least a little to his otherwise weak ability to survive and thrive on Venus.

Because Venus has very, very extreme heat almost everywhere on its surface, Toodles needed a way to get out of it. This is why he is capable of seeing infrared waves. He's able to find cooler areas simply by looking at them, allowing him to seek shelter in a cave or practically any of the few places that cooler temperatures exist.


It only makes sense that Mars is named after the god of war and hostility, because the place is packed with the presence of those smelly humans. Since they'd stop at nothing to destroy Toodles and his life principles, Toodles has a red coating over his body that allows him to remain undetected by a people probe on Mars.

Since Mars has a sandy, dusty surface almost everywhere on it, Toodles has developed sharp digging claws on his limbs to allow him to dig holes on the Martian surface. This way, he can bury himself, both to hide from humans and to seek out a cool shelter when it happens to be too hot.


Many parts of Jupiter are very highly pressurized. To allow him to survive in these areas, Toodles has a large tank in his body that stores whatever gas combination floats about in the outside atmosphere. Though he does not breathe this gas, it equalizes the pressure inside his body and out, which keeps him from either exploding or being imploded from the pressure crushing him.

Since Jupiter is mostly or entirely gaseous, the legs that Toodles has are almost useless there. That's why Toodles also has wings that allow him to soar through the skies of Jupiter, even if he can't find a place to land.


Saturn, or at least parts of it, is among the cooler of the planets in the Solar System. Because of this, Toodles has a layer of skin that is capable of sensing when cooler temperatures are reached, and will then turn black to absorb and trap heat more easily. This keeps the little guy from dying on Saturn for at least a while.

Saturn has a ring system with many small rocks and minerals in it, of which many likely fall down to Saturn's atmosphere. This is lucky for Toodles because he happens to eat and live off of these small mineral particles. While he can do this on other planets, it helps him to survive most on Saturn.


Uranus is known for having very, very extreme wind speeds. Because of this, Toodles has grown up with a very aerodynamic shape, like that of an airplane. This keeps the winds from blowing him away too easily, as long as he's angled against the wind correctly.

Because it's dark on Uranus more often than it is on most other planets, Toodles has very advanced eyes that allow him to see much more light than our puny human eyes do. They can differentiate even a few photons of light even at great distances, keeping his world illuminated on Uranus, where the Sun don't shine.


To help him survive on Neptune, Toodles has a biological compass within him that allows him to sense where Neptune's magnetic poles are located. This in turn can orient him to find the equator and the hotter parts of Neptune during his desperate attempts to find warmth on the cooler planets of the Solar System.

The gases that Toodles stores in his body for Jupiter can also be used - when oxygen is present - for combustion and the production of fire and heat. This, along with his compass, helps him stay warm on Neptune.

Dwarf Planet: Pluto

Pluto has very eccentric revolutions around the Sun and has extreme temperature differences throughout its years, which make a very odd form of seasons. During the cold seasons on Pluto, Toodles has learned to hibernate to conserve energy and last at least until Pluto is nearest to the Sun.

Pluto is known for having a moon with a similar size to itself, Charon. These two objects actually orbit each other, in almost a double-planet way. They're so near each other and similar in size, and their gravitational pulls on Toodles are so weak, that Toodles has grown really, really strong legs that allow him to propel himself from Pluto onto Charon and back if he desires. This way, if a threat exists on Pluto, he can retreat to Charon, where it is likely more safe.


Asteroids are known to have extremely weak gravitational pulls, so there's not much to keep Toodles around on them. This is why his feet are covered in a sticky material, almost like a gecko. He can physically attach himself, this way, to the surface of an asteroid and survive there.


Meteors are named so because they are falling into another planet's atmosphere. To prepare himself for this event should he be living on a meteor, Toodles has little furs all around his body that can vibrate very, very rapidly. When they touch the loose materials on the meteors, they grind them up into a powder, allowing Toodles to essentially bore himself into the center of the meteor. Should the meteor burn up for the most part, Toodles can at least prolong his survival by being unexposed to the elements while on the inside of the meteor.


Comets are very dynamic and change a lot throughout their revolutions around the Sun. One of the most notable features of them is that they become almost completely liquid when they approach the Sun, becoming like waterballs flying through space. When this happens, the wings on Toodles harden and become like fins in a way, allowing him to swim through the new water wonderland.

Though Toodles breathes carbon dioxide as air, he cannot breathe it straight out of a liquid. This is why he has a set of gill-like organs that separate the carbon dioxide in air form from the fluids in the comet, allowing him to filter only the stuff he needs to live from the liquid, and allowing him to breathe normally.