Bó (trad. 駮, simp. 驳) or Poh, according to Chinese legend, is a very fierce animal similar to a horse living on the Zhong Qu ("Winding Center") mountain, west of China. It has white body, black tail, one horn and the tiger's teeth and claws. Its voice sounds like rolling of the drums. It hunts tigers and leopards. Keeping it in one's stables may prevent war.
Its symbol consists of two characters: 馬 (horse) and 交 (mix, intersect). It known as haku (駮) in Japan.