"Created? I don't see the scientific basis for your hypothesis. The mad-scientist theory is lacking. Have we any example of man breeding two different types of animals that have replaced the original species?"
Interbreeding Between Invasive and Native Salamander Species Creates Hardy Hybrids Likely to Replace Parental Populations
That is just one example.
Are you aware that many fruits and vegetables that are consumed around the world are genetically modified? corn and wheat are good examples
Do you know that eating GM food can change the bacteria that is found in the gut, which in turn, has an adverse effect on the human body?
Since GM was started, allergies have increased tremendously across the world population.
This was a little off from your question but related still.
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