This is a T95, or some known as "The Doom Turtle" since it has over 300mm of front armor, and 200mm all around the rest of the tank, along with having 4 tracks. the 2 extra tracks were added after it began to sink into the ground due to its massive 100 ton weight.
Well, now it's time for bizarre German tanks... Throughout the war, Germany used effective blitzkrieg combat. However the tank projects approved by Hitler went against the idea of "lighting war"
This thing's name is actually the "Maus",and is ironically pronounced "mouse." This is the heaviest tank ever built, due to all of the armor on it. It was also one of the slowest tanks ever built, which kind of goes against Germany's "lightning war." Now, looking at this thing it doesn't seem that crazy or outlandish. Now, remember this thing weighs 183 tons and would destroy any bridge it crossed. The German designers took this into account and made this tank able to submerge down to 8 meters.