'Naked and Afraid' contestant talks about experience

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By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman

PHOENIX --The second season of Discovery Channel’s "Naked and Afraid" has begun, and audiences had the chance to watch one Arizona resident prove her mettle in the harsh terrain of Madagascar.

"Naked and Afraid" sends cameras to watch as a pair of male and female survivalists live in the wilderness for 21 days completely naked and with only one item each to help them.

Eva Rupert, a tattoo artist from Flagstaff, appeared in Sunday’s episode.

Rupert sat down with 3TV's Kaley O'Kelley Tuesday morning to discuss her experience on the show, including how she turned a boa constrictor into matching uniforms for her and her partner.