Dereck and Beverly Joubert have spent the last 25 years living among nature's most fearsome predators. From their camp in Botswana, hours from the nearest village, they record the social behavior and hunting practices of lions, cheetahs and leopards, the most endangered -- and dangerous -- creatures on earth. The pair first met in high school in Johannesburg, South Africa, and fell in love with wildlife and each other while studying at the Lion Research Institute in Botswana. Dereck writes, directs and shoots their documentary films, while Beverly, an internationally acclaimed photographer, serves as producer and sound engineer. Together, they remain in the wild for months on end, editing their films in their tents. To date, they have created over 20 documentary films, half a dozen books and numerous magazine articles, winning five Emmy Awards and international environmental honors for their work. Their latest documentaries are and Relentless Enemies: Lions and Buffalo.