The death toll from an earthquake that struck Indonesia's Nias island on March 28 has been raised to 905.

The 8.7-magnitude quake destroyed thousands of buildings and left many people homeless.

Wisnu Widjaya, a senior official of Indonesia's national disaster agency, says Monday that he expects the toll to go higher still, as more bodies are found beneath collapsed buildings and other wreckage.

Some information for this report provided by AP, Reuters.