Presently, that is valid for wild-conceived raptors that found out about things such as self-conservation and chasing for sustenance. In the book Jurassic Park: The Lost World the raptors on Isla Sorna are incredibly forceful and savage, with no pack order or feeling of organization. Ian Malcolm clarifies this by saying the Raptors were brought up in labs, where they couldn't become familiar with the alleged "Standards of nature". This brought about complete disorder, as it were. In the event that researchers today brought raptors up in labs with no fellowship or guardians to show them how to be raptors, at that point I figure the creatures would need to get away. What's more, when they did, it would be a genuine issue to get them contained once more.
In any case, even incredibly forceful raptors would be simpler to slaughter than in the movies. I don't have the foggiest idea on the off chance that you saw, however Charlie was the principal dinosaur to be executed by people in the whole film arrangement, beginning with Jurassic Park in 1993.