Yes, there is such a thing!
Not all bees are strict vegetarians – a few break the mould and favor rotting flesh.
Vulture bees belong to a group of bees of the Trigona Genus and known as Trigona necrophaga and were only discovered
in 1982 in The Amazon Basin.
These bees lack the pollen carrying baskets on their legs. Instead they feed on decaying flesh as their sole source of protein to supplement the nectar they collect from flowers. Their sense of smell leads them to a suitable corpse and chew the soft decaying flesh and store it in an adapted stomach to regurgitate it, adding enzymes to be fed to bee larvae.
Unlike the Apis Mellifera they do not use the waggle dance to communicate their food source but communicate using pheremone trails of saliva.