Animal transport
The use of animals in transportation. This includes their use for riding as well as their use for carrying cargo.
Key passages
1 Ch 12:40

And also their relatives, as far as Issachar and Zebulun and Naphtali, brought food on donkeys, on camels, on mules, and on oxen—provisions of flour, cakes of figs, raisin cakes, wine and oil, cattle and sheep in abundance, for there was great joy in Israel.

Ps 32:9

Do not be like a horse or like a mule, without understanding; that needs his tackle—bridle and rein—for restraint or he would not come near you.

Is 5:28

Whose arrows are sharp, and all of his bows are bent. The hoofs of his horses are reckoned like flint, and his wheels like the storm wind.

Is 46:1–2

Bel bows down; Nebo is stooping. Their idols are on animals and on cattle; your cargo is carried as a burden on weary animals. They stoop; they bow down together. They are not able to save the burden, but they themselves go in captivity.

Is 66:20

and bring all your countrymen from all the nations as an offering to Yahweh on horses and chariots and in litters and on mules and camels, to my holy mountain, Jerusalem,” says Yahweh, “just as the sons of Israel bring an offering in a clean vessel to the house of Yahweh.