Watch the video. Title: Breaking Borneo 21 Jul The jungle is their unrelenting foe as they battle with sickness, starvation and the deadly wildlife testing their resolve and determination every step of the way. Naked and Afraid Season 1 Episode 5: Breaking Borneo Survivalists Julie and Puma are thrown into the jungles of Borneo where they must battle deadly heat, a lack of fresh water and worst off a couple bad decisions. I'm certainly not going to spoil what happens here for those who haven't seen it but for the most part this is an interesting episode.
Naked and Afraid takes "survival of the fittest" to the next level. Each duo will be left high and dry with no food, no water They must survive on their own for a full 21 days, with nothing but one personal item each and the knowledge that the only prize is their pride and sense of accomplishment. Watch Preview. Verification code check your email for the verification code. Try to whitelist our email address noreply sharetv.
Lawyer, radio DJ and mountaineer Molly Jansen got more than she bargained for
Skills: Tanning hides, tracking, plant identification, primitive fire, CPR, mentoring, peace-making, staying hidden. Growing up, Julie always had a fascination with the natural world. She would spend entire summers barefoot and muddy in a backyard pond in Vermont where she was raised. This fascination led her to study biology at Wellesley College and get a Master's degree in Biological Oceanography. She has spent over 2 months at sea, has served on several research projects and done field work next to a remote glacier in Alaska while counting harbor seals resting on icebergs. Julie's career-track of becoming a tenured professor of biology changed course when she took her first class at Tom Brown's Tracker School and realized that her childhood dream of living off the land and tracking animals was possible.
Here's what happened. But she did say the secretive, month-long separation from her family — and civilization-at-large — nearly killed her. More than once. March I fly fish, but not for food, you know? But never her own — at least not until she was flown to a South African desert last year and inserted, sans-clothing, into her competitive environment. She chose a knife. But how real is this reality-TV competition? Cameras swirl while competitors talk into an always-on microphone hidden in their show-provided necklaces, which communicate with a wireless transmitter hidden in their show-provided satchels. She was soon disavowed of that skepticism, she said.