From super-long tongues to leaping cats, a host of weird and wacky landmarks have made the cut for 60th anniversary edition of the Guinness World Records book launched on Wednesday. The new edition reflects on six decades of record-breaking, while also featuring the latest additions to the oddball hall of fame. They include Californian Nick Stoeberl, possessor of the world’s longest tongue at 10.1 centimetres (four inches). British film buff Nick Bennett earned a place in the compendium for having the largest collection of James Bond memorabilia, with 12,463 items from model cars to posters displayed in a shrine in his house. "I’m still collecting… And there’s still stuff arriving today," said Bennett, who started collecting in 1995.