Virtually all species that have not been artificially selected for by humans, like dogs and corn, have been equally effected by natural selection. Natural selection just goes about selecting for different traits in different species according to what would better the fitness of each species depending on their environment. Natural selection doesn’t really effect any species more than another.
By definition, a species that has been most effected by natural selection is one that is now extinct. Everything that exists now has traits that make it suitable to live. Nature has selected what traits are beneficial, and selected against those that are not. Those species that are gone now, were selected against.
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