How do I identify which minifig is in a blind bag for The Muppets series of figures?

I would like to know what is the best way to know which minifig is in the bag.

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I did, I went ahead and purchased a small digital scale, with .01 grams of precision. I weighed the bags and identified them. Here are the results:

Most have unique enough weight. For the ones that are close, you can feel one of the items within the bag.

Minifigurine Character Weight (g) Feel for
Dr. Bunsen Honeydew 9.65
Kermit the Frog 9.85
Gonzo 9.96
Beaker 10.05
Janice 10.73
Waldorf 10.88
Fozzie Bear 11.22 Mic stand
Statler 11.24 Laptop
Swedish Chef 11.57
Miss Piggy 12.06
Rowlf the Dog 12.55
Animal 14.18

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