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In an attempt to improve trench-crossing capability of the Mark IV; an attachment lengthened the tank by 2.74m (9ft) and required 28 more track plates on each side. It was called a ''Tadpole''.

Panzerserra Bunker- Military Scale Models in 1/35 scale: Mk IV "Female" Airship tug, Mk IV Male and Mk IV "Male" Tadpole - WWI Heavy British Tanks - case report

The Emhar 1/72 British Mk.IV Tadpole from the plastic tank model kits range accurately recreates the real life British tank from World War I. This model requires paint and glue to complete.

Panzerserra Bunker- Military Scale Models in 1/35 scale: Mk IV "Female" Airship tug, Mk IV Male and Mk IV "Male" Tadpole - WWI Heavy British Tanks - case report

apostlesofmercy: “ A British Mk IV Tadpole tank somewhere on the Western Front - date and location unknown. This bizarre variant featured a large extension of the tracks aft, between which sat a small deck and 3.2 inch Stokes trench motor. ”