An Ecofact is a remnant of sophontic activity involving inorganic materials, often environmental evidence such as diggings, scrapings, or the accumulated remnants of tool-related activity.
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Ecofacts are evidence of intelligent activity, usually of sophonts or protosophonts, but some intelligent creatures might also leave behind ecofacts in the environment.
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Many creatures transform their environments building burrows, dams, and a variety of modified environments with discoverable telltales of their existence. These are ecofacts. Ecofacts can be as simple as cleared out fields or piles of stones.
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