How to select a gameobject by script dynamically

I would like to select a gameobject and put it in scene (maybe multiple times)(dynamically).

In editor , i can drag it to the scene.

But i have no idea to do it by script(C#) dynamically.

Which function i should use ?

Can anyone solve this problem?

I have learnt Java for 2 yrs, in my understanding, I treat the teapot (in the picture) as a class, and i can create many objects of the teapot. Is this logic right?

1) Create a prefab

I would suggest to create an empty folder assets/prefabs/ first. Then add a game object to your scene manually in the editor and prepare it the way you want it (animations, maybe movement script, etc.) Then draw the finished template into the assets/prefabs/ folder.

You can now delete the original object from the scene.

2) Use a script to create instances of the prefab dynamically

Here is an example script, taken from the Unity Manual, Section Instantiating Prefabs:

 // Instantiates a prefab in a grid

public GameObject prefab;
public float gridX = 5f;
public float gridY = 5f;
public float spacing = 2f;

void Start() {
    for (int y = 0; y < gridY; y++) {
        for (int x = 0; x < gridX; x++) {
            Vector3 pos = new Vector3(x, 0, y) * spacing;
            Instantiate(prefab, pos, Quaternion.identity);

You can drag & drop your prefab on the public prefab variable in the Unity editor.