Well the anime never really revealed it to us, but it has been revealed to us that Max and Zoe were 12 according to the japanese website, I subtracted the year 2009 with their age during that current time of season 1 and came to a conclusion (I use this method a lot as well for Dragon Ball Z characters to find out birth years and what current age that said character would be, after it was revealed by Akira Toriyama in Daizenshuu 7 of the time events in DBZ).
Hm. I'm still of the opinion that we shouldn't judge their birth years unless the anime explicitly states what year the setting takes place in. In Rex's case (and maybe Rod and Laura's as well), he doesn't seem to be born in a specific year since his parents were travelling through time when that happens.
Well since the anime never explicitly states the year it takes place in it has to be solved with Math using the characters given ages. Example is that certain Dragon Ball Z characters (i.g. Nappa or Raditz) aren't given specifically accurate birth years, but given their approximate ages (Nappa was born around the early 700's (late 1930's) and Raditz was born in the mid 700's (late 1940's) and compare with a character with a given birth year or the event within series and subtract with the character's age with that year's event or birth year it can be figured out. In Rex's case of course his mother was pregant with him in 2126 A.D. if the Ancient hadn't left their time on Christmas Day and travel back to the age of the dinosaurs, Rex would've been born the year after.
You literally just rehashed what you said earlier. You're correct about Rex; it's been so long since I've watched the anime that I forgot about his birth year. However, I still stand on my position about those who haven't had their birth years revealed (i.e. Max/Zoe/anyone from the present).
Official (by my definition) = Released by Sega, Nagoya, or 4Kids. It's like calling a doujinshi a canon, official work (implying here that you know the term; it pretty much means a Japanese fan comic that is printed as a book). It's common knowledge that the two are separate -- the main canon and the doujinshi's story. People wouldn't say, "But this picture from the fan manga is official! It went in print!" Do you get my meaning?
I had overlooked that image since I had been undoing your edit, and so I got rid of the last two images which were definitely from the manga.
Of course, if we ever need more clarification, we could get either Bionicle's opinion or oOMellyChanOo's.
That sounds like a great idea! It's always important to give the benefit of the doubt and listen to others opinions even if you don't agree or like it.
Yeah I noticed you did that it's okay though, but we should really put them back. In the meantime I'll some images of Pterosauria Legends manga, a while back I had found the website that had a preview of the manga.