Think you can jump like a kangaroo? Or eat eucalyptus leaves like a koala?
If so, CBS wants you for its second season of "Survivor."
The hit show is now accepting applications for "Survivor II: The Australian Outback," to be filmed later this year in Australia.
All you need to do is fill out an application at www.cbs.com, send in a three-minute VHS tape of yourself, pass a few interviews and you could be on your way to television stardom.
For seven weeks, you'll live on dry, open, arid land — crisscrossed with deep rock canyons, thundering waterfalls and enormous eucalyptus forests. Surrounded by kangaroos and exotic birds, you'll fight for survival and the chance to win $1 million.
A large questionnaire, which asks questions like, "What would be the craziest, wildest thing you would do for a million dollars?" must be filled out along with the application at CBS's Web site.
Interviews will be conducted the week of Aug. 21 in Salt Lake City, as well as several other cities across the United States. Many rules and regulations apply. Applications must be received by July 28, 2000.