Artificial selection is called selection, which is consciously applied to other living things, especially by some animals. Because artificial selection and the survival of an organism limiting the growth of other organisms in accordance with their wishes and/or directing over many generations of selection as a result of the specific features of the chosen sort by most “desirable” individuals have to be. The simplest and most basic example of this is that man has acquired new species by domesticating and changing other species for his own purposes.
All modern-day domestic dogs belong to two subspecies: Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo. These are all subspecies of Canis lupus, which we know as the wild wolf. For thousands of years, people have been living in areas where they live the most closely, the least aggressive, the most powerful, etc. he domesticated wild wolves, which they chose according to their characteristics, and chose according to these characteristics. This very different variety of dogs today is caused by this human choice that has been practiced for thousands of years. All of these species are able to breed among themselves (one of the reasons for this are constantly involved) and still today is mating between dogs with bull mongrel dogs to obtain the desired characteristics. For example, a Golden Retriever and a Rottweiler, however different they look from each other, belong to the same subspecies (Canis lupus familiaris), can mate with each other. Of course, it is clear that speciation may occur as a result of longer and harder isolations.