Venus is the second planet in the Sol System, which in Spore can be found as an easter egg. It is a boiling planet, with orange, level terrain and red oceans. The oceans turn blue when terraformed, which dry up a little as the planet is further terraformed to T3.
In reality, Venus has no significant bodies of liquid water on its surface, nor could it support them, so depicting as a boiling planet is completely inaccurate. This is because its surface temperature (464 ºC or 867 °F) is much higher than the boiling point of water (306 ºC or 582 ºF) at Venus's atmospheric pressure of 93 bars. Still, this is not warm enough to melt rock, so a lava planet would be no more accurate. Venus would be most realistically represented as an arid planet in Spore.
In reality, the highest mountains on Venus are coated with an unknown, ice-like substance —most likely tellurium— as seen in radio pictures. This substance is absent in the game.