Will most of the species that survive on earth in a thousand years time be domesticated?

The article “How We Really Tamed the Dog: A daring experiment builds a new tame species in just 60 years.” nautil.us/issue/50/emergence/how-we-really-tamed-the-dog describes the domestication of foxes in Russia.
Given the nature of humanity and it’s relationship with the environment, there is a strong possibility that there will be little or no wilderness left on earth at the turn of the next millennium.
Is it possible that the only species that will survive the Anthropocene will be the ones that live in association with humans?



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