Try these 13 challenging biosecurity questions.Being biosecurity aware helps to stop pests from hitching a ride to Australia.When is it OK to purchase a plant from overseas?Many different pests and diseases can be spread across regional borders.A dozen plants have arrived from an interstate online trader. They look sick or are dying. What should you do?What should you do before buying a plant online from someone in Australia?An online database called BICON will help you know when it's OK to buy a product and have it delivered to you from overseas.What does BICON stand for?Pests can hide inside packaging, boxes, padded parcels and materials made of plant fibre, wood and even fabric.Your package from overseas has arrived and you find a dead insect in the packaging. What should you do?You have purchased a boat online and travel interstate to collect it.What should you do before picking up the boat?Save our native wildlife from invasive predators and disease by being biosecurity aware. You know your neighbour has a large collection of exotic snakes and lizards. You suspect they are being sold online without a licence. What should you do?Online purchases can have massive biosecurity consequences.How many mail items were checked by the Australian Department of Agriculture in 2017-2018 to make sure they weren't a biosecurity risk?Australians spent a whopping $24.7 billion on online shopping in 2018. (Australia Post)How many mail items were seized at Australia's borders because they were a biosecurity risk in 2017-18?Buying exotic items online can be tempting. All items arriving into Australia must meet strict biosecurity rules.When buying something from overseas, who is responsible for making sure it meets Australia's biosecurity rules?Traceability is how we track livestock to help protect Australia's food safety, animal welfare and for disease control.You want to buy a couple of sheep over the internet. What information do you need to ensure the animals meet traceability requirements?You have friends and family overseas who celebrate cultural festivals.Which festivals involve sending gifts that could introduce a pest, weed or disease to Australia?The Department of Agriculture works with specially trained detector dogs that screen inbound passengers and parcels. How many detector dogs work with the Department at our national borders to detect biosecurity risks?BIOSECURITY CURIOUSYou are clearly curious about online shopping and want to make sure Australia is protected as well. Play again and share with your family and friends. Thanks for being part of our National Biosecurity Challenge.Australia's environment and farms depend on us!APPRENTICE BIOSECURITY WARRIORYou are on your way to becoming a Biosecurity Warrior. Play again to improve your score and share the game with friends and family. Thanks for being part of our National Biosecurity Challenge.Australia's environment and farms are relying on us all!BIOSECURITY WARRIORYou clearly love Australia and want to protect our plants and animals. Play again and share the game with friends and family. Thanks for being part of our National Biosecurity Challenge.Australia's plants and animals can depend on you! PLAY: Online Shopping Quiz Click click click, do you know what is inside the box? As more products come to our shores, and our doors, through online purchasing, make sure you haven’t got more than you bargained for.