First discovered more than 30 years ago, Lina's sunbird, a four-and-a-half-inch animal found in the Philippines and resembling a hummingbird, has shimmering metallic colors on its head.

I understand Participles FOUND and RESEMBLING have no tense on its own , and takes the tense based on the context of the sentence.

If so why is above sentence wrong if I changed modifier (bolded) to

1.Found in the Philippines and resembled a humming bird.

2.Finding in the Philippines and resembling a humming bird.

3.Finding in the Philippines and resembled a humming bird.

Guys,Please forgive for my ignorance and help me to understand the concept when can a present participle be parallel to past participle.
pokh Lina's sunbird, a four-and-a-half-inch animal found in the Philippines and resembling a hummingbird, has shimmering metallic colors on its head.
It is found and it does resemble.
The first idea is passive and the second is active.

The past participle is used in passive structures.

active: I find these birds every day. simple present tense.

passive: These birds are found by me every day. simple present tense.

The present participle is used in continuous tenses.

active: They resemble a humming bird. simple present tense.

active: They are resembling a humming bird. present continuous tense.
Avangi
pokh Lina's sunbird, a four-and-a-half-inch animal found in the Philippines and resembling a hummingbird, has shimmering metallic colors on its head.
It is found and it does resemble.
The first idea is passive and the second is active.

The past participle is used in passive structures.
active: I find these birds every day. simple present tense.
passive: These birds are found by me every day. simple present tense.

active: They resemble a humming bird. simple present tense.
active: They are resembling a humming bird. present continuous tense.
awesome... thank you avangi...