Raptor is a non-scientific term often used to describe small to medium sized, bird-like, theropod dinosaurs. The term was made popular by the movie Jurassic Park, but unlike the raptors portrayed in the film most species were not much bigger than a small child. We have fossil raptor teeth for sale from a number of locations including Montana, South Dakota and Morocco. In many cases while the fossil teeth of these dinosaurs are relatively abundant their skeletal material is largely unknown, so these raptors have not been described down to the genus and species level. Leading to more confusion, not all dinosaurs considered raptors have "raptor" in their name, and not all dinosaurs with "raptor" in their name are considered raptors.