About Bubba Shrimp

Welcome to Bubba's Shrimps - Nano aquariums, the "passionate" store for nano aquarists.

Aquariums of various shapes and varied, up to 80 liters, the nano aquariums, allow to create unique microcosms. The aquarium becomes a decorative element that can integrate into any room in the house. There is more to prove that an aquarium is relaxing, even without looking at it, the aquarium brings a zen atmosphere around him.

It is now possible to install a Nano on your desk or in a corner of the living room without taking much more space than a flower pot.
Discover also animals adapted to these small volumes: shrimps, Bettas, Killies, micro-fishes and snails of all kinds.

To decorate your miniature world, I have selected for you a wide selection of premium InVitro plants. Plants ready to grow immersed in your aquarium, guaranteed without snails and other undesirable, without pesticides, or overdose fertilizer. But also an exceptional collection of BUCEPHALANDRA, RARE mosses and ferns, for lovers of fissidens, bobiltis and aquatic epiphytes of all kinds.

My love for plants also made me discover the art of Wabikusa and Kokedama that you can discover in store. I share my passion for shrimp with beginners and experts. Tips for getting started or launching your "Shrimproom"
Do not hesitate to contact me.
 

The nickname Bubba comes from the movie Forrest Gump, Benjamin "Bubba" Bufford-Blue, best friend of Forrest, shrimp specialist. Thanks Fa!
 
 
Thanks to Madeline and Judith for their support in this adventure.
Thank you Dede and Jaja.
Thanks also to Daddy, Mom, Guillaume, Claire, Claudia, Jean-phi, Devid, Sarah, Nico, Mr Fagneray, Billyboy, Greg ... Thank you to all those who contributed directly or indirectly to the realization of this project !
I do not thank those who have never believed in my project they will recognize.
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