Yes, and we can see evolution in action now.
It doesn’t just relate to dinosaurs or the evolution of humans.
We can see how the misuse of antibiotics gives resistant antibiotics an advantage. This can be a real threat to our health when antibiotics aren’t effective against some serious infections.
On a more directly visible scale, during the industrial revolution pollution increased, as a result dark moths were harder to spot and flourished while lighter (more visible) moths were eaten. When pollution decreased, the lighter moths were harder to see so the darker (now more visible) moths were eaten.