Naked and Afraid has become one of the Discovery Channel's biggest hits over the course eight seasons. Its concept of dropping an unclothed man and woman to fend for themselves in the wild for 21 days is unprecedented. It's time to talk a look at some of the biggest behind-the-scenes facts and accounts from participants of the show in order to further analyze what is "real" and what isn't. The contestants who spoke out aren't to be necessarily trusted either, but most of these examples can be backed by more than one participant of the challenge.
Naked mole rats have accents -- and use them to discriminate against foreigners
Do you know the Naked and Afraid Prize Money? Do Naked and Afraid participants get paid? How much do alone contestants get paid? Do contestants get paid for 60 days? What do Naked and Afraid winners get? What do you think people earn as Naked and Afraid Prize Money? Have their been deaths?
'Naked and Afraid' Participants Are Put in Awfully Precarious Situations
The long-running reality show maroons an Idaho couple in the South American jungle. One of the most awkward parts of Naked and Afraid is the moment when the partners meet for the first time. Both of them are buck naked, talking to a stranger.
She and her family lived off the grid without running water or electricity, just a generator and a wood stove to keep them warm and cook their meals. As a young child, she attended a survivalist school in the summers where she learned about shelter building, fire starting, edible plants, hunting, fishing and many other outdoor skills. Her father was a bit of a nomad, moving from campground to campground, sleeping in a tent and living off the land.