"The following is a fictional example of a series of transitional forms that would prove Evolution."
And according to Genesis, your 'God' took a handful of this:
And made a man out of it. Yeah. Far more credible. [/sarcasm]
...BTW, the dog you see on said pile of dirt didn't evolve from such, unless there's a shitload of nanites therein, which can convert a silicon-based material into a carbon-based lifeform; now, why couldn't your Bible have stated that Adam was formed out of said dirt using nanotechnology, with exact, precise, detailed explanations; diagrams, equations, formulae, plans etc, of how it was done - and how said process can be duplicated? I just found & posted this pic because I like dogs (and cats too; as a devotee of Ceiling Cat, I'm not biased, re. pets!)
...oh, and 'M.U.M.' the reason why said dog doesn't look exactly like a wolf (the genetic basis of all canids that exist) is because of mutations via crossbreeding, hybridisations and isolating such characteristics (not just aesthetics, but innate behaviours etc) subject to 'standards', known as 'breeds'? There's proof of Evolution.
One word: Labradoodle.
Funny how this particular breed didn't exist until 1988 eh, M.U.M.? The very fact they exist only post-1988 kinda blows Creationism out of not just the water, but the space-time continuum as a whole. No Kitzmiller vs. Dover required.
One of the most famous examples being 'TG' or 'Top Gear Dog' (which appeared in a previous series of BBC's "Top Gear"; now owned by co-presenter Richard 'Hamster' Hammond):
(Unfortunately, it gets carsick very easily, poor thing!)