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The Churchill Crocodile was a British flame-throwing tank of late Second World War. It was a variant of the Tank, Infantry, Mk VI (A22). The Crocodile was introduced as one of the specialised armoured vehicles developed under Major-General Percy Hobart, informally known as "Hobart's Funnies". It was produced from October 1943, in time for the Normandy invasion. Around 800 were produced.
In terms of performance, it functions similar to the standard Churchill with a few additional attachments: the driver can drop supplies in the rear of the vehicle and there are now four seats. The second seat is armed with a short range flamethrower facing forward with the third seat being a standard LMG.