Pegasus, one of the most famous magical creatures in Greek mythology, has wings and can fly. Born from the blood pool of Medusa, her hooves set foot on the Hippocrene, the mount of muse.
Pegasus symbolizes a Pegasus flying in the sky. According to ancient Greek mythology, when the son of Zeus cut off the head of Medusa, a beautiful and winged Pegasus suddenly jumped out of Medusa's body. Parsus immediately installed Medusa's head, mounted the galloping horse and left the dangerous situation. After harvest, the Pegasus is lifted to the sky and becomes Pegasus.