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Keir Simmons gets up close with Africa’s endangered big cats

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For the latest in our ongoing TODAY in the Wild series, NBC’s Keir Simmons meets husband and wife Derek and Beverly Joubert, who for decades have been tracking big cats in Africa with their cameras. They saved the lions from virtual wipeout in one region – and in one close encounter, Derek saved Beverly’s life, too.